Awarded in memory of Fred Hindle, O.A.C.'38, a long-time generous supporter of his Alma Mater, who at the time of his death, wanted future students to have the same opportunity for an education as he had received. This bursary is awarded with the assistance of the Ontario government's OSOTF program. This bursary is dependent on continued demonstration of financial need and successful completion of study to advance into the next year. Students should complete the online Financial Need Assessment Form for Entrance Awards (E.N.A.F.) as soon as they receive their Acknowledgment Package from Admission Services (this will come automatically after an application for admissions has been submitted by the student) or by April 15th.
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Fred Hindle Bursary
Entering O.A.C. degree students with demonstrated financial need. Additionally, students must meet the government-mandated terms for receipt of an OSOTF award (see General Statement on Awards).
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